Jell-o with fruit would still be considered a sweet item, right?
If served at breakfast or snack, it would count towards a sweet item. If served at lunch, it would be considered an extra item and we would not look to it as a sweet item, since sweets are not addressed at the lunch meal. However, if it were served frequently, it could become an issue that would need to be addressed. Please keep in mind that jell-o is not a creditable food under CACFP guidelines. In addition, make certain that the jell-o served is the regular version, and not a sugar-free version, as the sugar-free will contain artificial sweeteners.